Genealogists will flock to Pittsburgh for the 2017 FGS Conference. Check out this historical research map of Pittsburgh to learn about your Steel City ancestors.
Here's why the "Pennsylvania Dutch" aren't Dutch, but German.
The Founding Fathers signed the Constitution in the great state of Pennsylvania between 1787 and 1790. What did the state look like at the time? Check out this map to find out.
Maybe you've done some basic research on your Pennsylvania ancestors in censuses and vital records. But where should you and your genealogy research turn next? Find out...
Where to find Pennsylvania census records, immigration records, land records, maps, vital records and more.
Learn about Pennsylvania's history and available records in this research guide that includes a map and bibliography.
Find contact information for archives, libraries and other genealogical organizations in Pennsylvania.
Our county-by-county listing of Pennsylvania has contact information and dates vital records for historic and modern-day counties.
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Unlock the records of your Keystone State ancestors.
Use these great resources to find your Keystone State ancestors.
Learn more about how your Keystone State ancestors lived.